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    April 23, 2013
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>> (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 4 starts now. >> could morning. top stores we continue to fall this morning is the latest of boston where the ofszhokhas tsarnaev is speaking from his police hospital bed. >> he was charged yesterday with federal crimes that could bring the death penalty, including using a weapon of mass destruction. tory dunnan is live in boston and brings us up-to-
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date on the investigation of the victims are being remembered. >> members of her family arrived from china for a memorial service for the graduate student who was a victim in the marathon bombings. >> the first thing that comes to my mind is her smile whher. >> one victim crystal campbell was laid to rest. shortly after the moment marking one weeks since the blast. a moment of silence to remember all that was lost and all that is left to recover. >> the mayor accepted the american flag which was flown at half staff over the marathon finish line. a symbolic tradition as the fbi had of the busy corridor in the city. >> this was done by the people on the ground work here for the last seven days. >> a 19 year-old accused of unleashing the terra along with his older brother face a judge. he was charged with
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using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death. and the malicious destruction of property resulting in death. he could face the death penalty. >> and dozens of his alleged victims remained hospitalized. >> i am angry! i am not angry 100 percent of the time i am angry. i want to come out stronger. >> the u.s. government source says the suspect had started communicating in some fashion with investigators claiming his older brother was the mastermind behind all of this. also saying they were not part of an international terrorist groups. it is important to point out this is the early stages of the investigation. the investigators say a lot to change. >> i am tory dunnan
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reporting. >> we are getting another look at where the suspect bombers for standing at of the marathon. you can see as the pictures a zoom in closer, the suspect at of the marathon last monday. he is in the white cap. his older brother is pictured in the black cap. his brother was killed last week in a shootout with police. as we have mentioned, the suspect is still on the hospital this morning. >> one week after the devastating bombings in boston, 50 of the wounded victims are still hospitalized. to remain in critical condition, and at least a dozen survivors have had amputations. one of those survivors is 32 year- old dance instructor adrian haslet davis . she lost her foot in part or lower leg last is plaza she watched the marathon with their husband. here she is describing the moment. >> i said mom can you help me i feel like my foot is
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falling asleep. it feels like my ankle is falling off of the below and my foot is house on. i realized ..... she looked at me and said a renewed and not have a foot. i've lost it. >> despite having lost part of our lead she is vowing to dance again and to return in next year's boston marathon. her husband to adam and air force captain was also injured in the blast but not as seriously. >> back to the bay area one of the young victims of a terror attack a bay area boy, a 11 year olds aaron hen cortinern of martinez got a visit from some of his baseball heroes yesterday morning. there is a photograph is shows oakland a's first baseman brandon moss left fielder joshed
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reddick at first base coach tye wller all h all hern and a hospital. they're the a's are in boston to play three games series against the red sox. >> will continue to bring in the latest updates on the suspects and victims of the boston marathon here on kron 4. >> canadian authorities arrested two men yesterday on suspicion they were planning to carry out al queda supported terrorist attacks. >> investigators with the royal canadian mounted police said the suspects were targeting a canadian passenger train on one of the busiest routes and the greater toronto area. >> the are cthey were conspirino carry out an al queda conspired attack on a passenger train. >> canadian media is
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reporting the suspect for under surveillance for more than a year. >> here back in the bay area san francisco police, along with bart police are investigating how a woman got on to the bart tracks last night. it is unclear if a woman sell or she was pushed onto the tracks at the tool to for the mission bart station last night. she was then hit by train. the station closed around 10. her condition remains unknown at this hour but witnesses say when she was taken off the tracks and in into the ambulance she was alert and talking to the parties. >> a male suspect has been barricaded in east oakland since last night. the standoff between police and the man began around 10:30 p.m. in the 1100 block of 65th avenue near the coliseum aren't. the suspect is not yet been detained. the wor on whatno word on what d
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the standoff. >> back here in the bay area erica has a look at our forecast. >> along the delta we have very strong when. sustained wind over 20 mi. an hour. we have a wind advisory post for those of you in fairfield. also seeing the return of a coastal fog. visibility down to zero for those of you using highway one through half moon bay. a mild start to the morning but a couple of different factors to contend with. futurecast 4 is tracking temperatures throughout the day. it will be cooler. we will not see nineties. future cast 4 highlights 12:00. a good mixing of seventies and low '80s. we will keep it in the 60s along the coastline. more '80s by 3:00 p.m. today. >> putting the clock into motion a p.m. tonight the green on your screen indicates temperatures and the '60s. >> breaking down your afternoon highs. 79 santa clara. sevemid '80s in the
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east bay. it brepittsburgh 85. >> lows '60s for downtown san francisco. oakland 78. 76 in alameda. >> satellite and radar view shows coastal fog to contend with. the wind is approaching of the north and mainly impacting the delta. a dry stable pattern around the bay area. expect gradually cooler temperatures over the next several days. >> yesterday's was definitely a warm one. the warmest day of the week. we broke some records. mountain view least 88. breaking its old record in 1981. oakland airport and afternoon high of 85 degrees. it has not been that more on that day since 1966. >> plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures around the
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bay is what we talk. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows gradually cooler weather, dry weather, plenty of sunshine over the next several days. temperatures and to weaken in the mid-70s england. upper 60s low seventies a round of bay and lows '60s about the coast. >> we have several changes i will have more details on your full forecast in just a couple of minutes. >> meantime, taking a look at traffic around the bay area. >> a live look outside at the bay bridge. approaching the toll plaza no mention of the lea no major delays. >> slow traffic in both directions of highway 92. >> golden gate, 10123 minutes the drive time out of navto into the city. >> we have to take a quick break will be right
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>> welcome back the time is 411. to find the boston marathon suspect investigators went through thousands of hours of video. going to the video should have taken weeks a month but it took days. facial recognition software is a 21st century crime fighting tool. a company called 3vr makes its popular version. think of it is a global search for videos. uses gender or and drains or color of object to look for certain images spirited works in a person is covering part of the face. the computers are as palpable as units. if you can disguise yourself to hide its to obscure what the computer can resolve as well. though that said even glasses and sunny skies is working in the november mission that we can often identify someone. >> this apple software can pick out specific people and large crowds. by detecting knows shapen the space between eyes. as of a person
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looking at all the videos, the technology could go through years of video in a matter of minutes. >> crime analyst our point to the pivotal role surveillance cameras play that identified the suspect in boston. and now, some san francisco is something about increasing the city's network of cameras. police chief greg suhr is one of them. he says it would help them better monitor events like the bay to breakers race. >> i would have to get someone a lot smarter than me an engineer if you will to look at what would be possible for us to a port everything into one location. and to be able to monitor major event. >> we live in the post see as i, mci has the television jurors want to see video and the dna. we do everything we do to get it
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for them. i do not think there is a person in this country did not watch the events of last week on fold and watch it on video. >> however, the aclu is word about how police might use the cameras and how long the department will keep the video on file. the chief says he is talking with city officials about his idea and hopes to move it forward. >>, at414 with a quick break erica will join us with the full of good weather and traffic and we will have =djr day's news as well.
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>> welcome back the tiniest 416. taking a look outside from our mount tam camera shaking around. we do see breezy conditions and watching for another one day. we saw a record- breaking heat yesterday. erica let us know how warm it did today. >> good morning anny it it
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will be and other warm day around the bay area but not as of is to that. we will not break any records or reached the low 90s. we are seeing 50s and 60s and yes even some lingering seventies. into the afternoon sunny skies will prevail. seventies and eighties. later tonight it will be a clear and comfortable evening. temperatures down to the '60s. here's a look at current conditions. napa, 71. a protected for fairfield and vallejo. also experiencing strong winds there. 54 in oakland. 63 for daly city. cooler start in half moon bay. 46 degrees. yes, we do have coastal fog. >> futurecast 4 tracking of years by lunchtime a good mix of seventies to low '80s. the '80s will persist by your afternoon highs. putting the clock into motion a p.m. tonight we're back to the green indicating temperatures in the '60s. >> but us take a closer look at your afternoon highs.
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74:00 in richmond. and for concord. pleasanton, livermore 82. upper 60s in daly city. >> south and radar shows clear conditions. but again we have the return of coastal fog. the good news is we fall into a dry pattern. that will continue for the next several days. however, we are talking cooler temperatures. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows it will be dry. check out wednesday into thursday. some of the coolest days. friday we will add clouds to the forecast. that will continue into the weekend. starting the next work week still contending with dry weather. the inland spots between the mid-70s low seventies around the bay and chilly lows '60s for the coast. >> in the traffic department is quiet. no hot spots. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza approach. most of the traffic is coming from interstate 80. we do have a couple of cars coming from the nimitz freeway approach.
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a live look at the san mateo bridge no problems to alert you to in either direction of highway 92. looking good on the right-hand side of your screen toward of the city. south bound 101, not a car in sight. there goes 1 approaching san francisco. a very quiet ride coming out of the north bay. take ing to our south bay maps. no problems. no problem for interstate 580. >> the surviving suspect in the boston marathon had his first appearance in court as he was formally charged. no cameras were allowed in the room. a transcript of the hearing has been released. ed payne has the details. >> szhokhas tsarvaev severely wounded before a judge. he answered questions
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by nodding his head. if at any time i say something you do not understand interrupt me and say so is that clear? >> defended not the affirmative. >> is charged with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death. he is also charged with one count of malicious destruction of property by an explosive device resulting in death. >> the only time he spoke during the hearing when a judge asked if he could afford a lawyer. the courts can you afford a lawyer, a defendant know. the court let the record reflect that i believe the defendant has said no. >> and public defender was appointed to defend him. before calling a recess the judge found him aware and coherence of what was going on. >> the court at this time the conclusion of the initial appearance i find the defendant is alert, mentally competent, and lucid. he is aware of the nature of the proceedings.
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>> i am ed payne report in. >> president obama paused in the oval office for a moment of silence to honor victims of the marathon bombings. the observance took place at 250 eastern time that is when the bombs exploded near the finish line of the race. as he did so, many people across the boston did the same, stopping to remember the deadly attacks. >> homeland security secretary to janet nap olitano steps of to the plate today in debate over and immigration overall. she will testify before the senate judiciary committee. some questions will come from republican senator skeptical of legislation and of the obama administration's record on border security. >> the transportation security administration is delaying a policy change because as received so much a backlash. federal officials say, they are temporarily delay the policy
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that will allow passengers to carry small knives on to airlines. the t s a says, it needs more time to consider feedback from advisory committee. the committee includes the aviation industry and consumer law enforcement officials. the policy has been fiercely opposed by flight attendants, unions. it was slated to go into effect on thursday. >> some cancer patients in california could see their out-of-pocket cost reduced under a bill that has passed one of the house of the legislatures. the bill would cap the cost to patients for oral, anti-cancer drugs at least $100 per prescription. it passed the assembly monday, and is now in the state senate. insurers are opposed the bill. they say cost will have to rise in other areas to pay for those drugs. we should also note, the governor jerry brown vetoed a similar bill last year. >> officials in new york
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city are proposing to make it the most populous place in america to raise the minimum age for buying cigarettes and to 21. the city council on bail the proposal monday to increase the threshold from 18. the federal minimum. forestage in some communities have raised the age to 19. at least two towns agree to raise it to 21. the nyse city councils as the measure and to stop young people from developing a potentially deadly habit. officials say any person of the city's adult smokers start before 21. the live look outside from our mount tam camera. will be back look outside from our mount tam camera. will be back with [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. at&t u-verse high speed internet offers more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hotspots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet
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>> good morning everyone. the time right now is 425 . you are waking up with kron 4 morning news. starting with a live look from our mount tam cam. we have a wind advisory in fairfield among adult so where wind is currently about 20 mi. an hour. we have coastal fog. visibility down to 0 around half moon bay. expect sunny
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conditions and a warm afternoon. tomorrow will be cooler. plenty of sunshine to go around. gradually cooler weather in to the middle of this week. here's a look at current conditions. 59 in hayward upper 60s in livermore. into the afternoon we will see seventies and eighties. i do not think we will see nineties. 82 for livermore and pleasanton. 78 in oakland. looking at your extended forecast we have dry weather toll on to. again, it will get cooler. thursday expected to be the coolest day of the week. inland highs reaching low seventies. low to mid '60s around the bay and the upper 50s for the coast. i will have a closer look at the weekend forecast and show you the 7 day in a couple of minutes. >> the time is 426. a no. 88 year-old boy who suffered a heart attack when hit by baseball was reunited with his team. this is video of the incident. mchenry was picked up at home on
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saturday but the same fire crew in the same fire engine that took him to the hospital and brought him to the baseball field and roeh nert park. players from henry steam, the blue jays and the opposing team were lined up at the field to get henry a high five. petaluma fire department paramedics and captain dan farren and his wife sue farren performed cpr on henry after he collapsed until a bit later arrived. >> the web leg is on top stores out of boston. the main suspect has made a court appearance in court. will tell you what happened. a live look of the james lick freeway.erica will be alonk at your commute and an update on your tuesday forecast.
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>> we are back. talking about the weather. this was the scene at ocean beach. here is video from yesterday afternoon as people gathered. ocean beach bill yesterday >> we want to get the word on whether from erica. how hot it did. >> 71 degrees. after that the sea breeze kicks in. >> let us take a look at today's afternoon highs. >> planted mid-80s. napa reaching 85. the site for antioch. low '80s for pledging to livermore. it will be a pretty nice day in downtown san francisco 72. upper 60s for daly city. >> yesterday's we certainly
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broke records. mountain view, oakland airport all around the bay area. i do not think that will be the case today. temperatures on the cooler side. >> we are waking up the coastal fog. a windy weather along the delta. we have a wind advisory for those in fairfield. into the afternoon we will see plenty of sunshine. temperatures mainly in the '70s and '80s. later tonight and will cleared comfortable. numbers in to the '60s. here's a live look at satellite and radar. we have coastal fog, visibility down to zero in half moon bay. also contending with a northerly wind along the delta. >> waking up to temperatures on the warmer side. holding on to seventies in napa and 50s and 60s everywhere else. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows readily cooler weather in fact, thursday is expected to be the coolest day of the week. temperatures will start to climb yet again. mid-70s inland. low seventies a round of bay and
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lows '60s for the coast. >> focusing our intent and on traffic around the bay area. a great time to leave the house no hot spots. >> a live look at the bay bridge. traffic building out oakland into the city. for those of you heading to the san mateo bridge no problems getting their coming down the nimitz freeway once you are on the approach. >> traffic sailing on the right hand side of your screen out toward foster city. last but not least we want to show you a quick look at the golden gate bridge. no problems to alert you to. your typical ride commuting of marin county. anny . >> and massachusetts college student accused of plotting and carrying out a deadly attack on the boston marathon face a judge monday. one week after the blast tore the finish line area, he is facing federal charges that carry the possibility of the death penalty. >> tory dunnan brings us the latest on the investigation
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now the victims are being remembered. >> the college community united's to remember li dsey lu members of her family arrived from china for a memorial service. >> when i think about her the first thing that comes to my mind is a smile. >> monday marks an emotional and pivotal day in the aftermath of the attack. >> one victim, crystal campbell was laid to rest. shortly after the mom marking one weeks is the last a moment of silence to remember all that was lost and all that is left to recover. >> the mayors accepted the american flag that was flown at half staff over the marathon finish line. it was a symbolic transition as the fbi tended the busy boston corridor crime scene back over to the city. >> it was symbolic. i was glad this was put together. it was done by the people on the ground the people work here. >> from his hospital bed a few miles away, and 19 year-
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old accused of unleashing the terror along with his dead older brother face a judge. he is charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death. and malicious destruction of property resulting in death. he could face a death penalty. the dozens of his alleged victims remained hospitalized. >> i am angry. i am not 100 percent of the time but i am defiant. i want to come out stronger. that was tory dunnan reported from boston. 50 of the war the victims are still hospitalized and to remai have had amputations. one of the survivors is a dance instructor asrianne haslet davis one of the survivors.
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she lost a foot of our lord leg last week's blast as he watched the marathon with their husband. here she is describing the moment. >> i said mom can you help me my foot is falling asleep. it feels like my ankle is falling off of the pillow and my foot is have on. i realize, she looked at me and said adrian you do not have a foot. >> she is bouncing back despite having lost part of leg is vowing to dance again and to run in next year's boston marathon. her husband's is an air force captain and was injured in the blast but not seriously. >> one of the younger victims of the terror attack a bay area boy. a 11 year olds aaron hern cof martinez got a visit from some baseball
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heroes yesterday morning. here is a photograph. it shows oakland a's first baseman brandon rmoss , left fielder josh reddick and first base coach tye waller of visiting with him in hospital. the a's and was a split three games series against the red sox. >> in bay area news the 315 your was accused of last summer sexual assault of a bay area 50 year-old audrey pott have been released from juvenile jail. >> the three will now spend their days in detention. the 15 year-old from saratoga high school was committed suicide days at the the alleged attack. >> clearly the nature of the
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charges are important but they are presumed to be innocent unless the dna and promprobation can convince the judge they are a danger to the community this is not an unusual ruling by the court. >> a spokesperson for the victims' family says they will remain hopeful that the three teams will be tried as adults. >> 436 . will take a quick break. let us go back outside a look at the golden gate bridge. as we gazed ride on 101. it is nice and light as you expect that 430 in the morning. caltrans is reconfiguring for the morning commute. we will have news update in just a minute.
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>> we are back with a quick check of the market. futures trading shows all three indexes negative this morning. that after u.s. stocks ended higher yesterday's falling mixed corporate and economic news. about a third of the companies in the s&p index, including exxon mobil and
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apple, will report earnings this week. the reports have been good so far, but concerns remain about the health of the rest of the year. the dow rose nearly 20 points close and at 14,567. and as that would up 27 points. the s&p 500 increased seven. closing a15 at 1562. >> net flicks decision to feature original programming on the internet video service appears to be pulling in more customers. net flicks at a 2 million u.s. crabbers to is video streaming service on the first three months of the year. here it was highlighted by the early february debut of house of cards, a critically acclaimed series made exclusively for net flicks. the subscriber growth health net flicks bounce back from a loss the same time last year and generate revenue slightly above analysts'
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projections. >> federal investigators looking at how regulators and boeing tested and approved the 787 jetliner battery system, and whether the government cedes too much authority to aircraft makers for safety testing. federal aviation the ministration and boeing officials are scheduled to testify at today's hearing of the national trepidation safety board beginning today. the board assessing how problems with the aircraft lithium ion battery system that led to a fire aboard one plainspoken another escaped the notice of regulators and company officials asserted by the plant's safety. to say manpower, the faa designates employes and aircraft makers will see the safety testing of new planes. >> the obama administration says, it has seized 21 million from troubled of leg of his carauto maker fisker
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automotive. that's just weeks after the company laid off 3/4 of its workers, amid continuing financial and production problems. fisker had already received nearly 200 million, o 29 of the $529 million federal loan, before the problems which led officials to freeze the loan in 2011. it has pledged its assets as collateral. the government was given to the anaheim based company is part of an obama in ministration program to boost electric cars, and other advanced vehicles. the nation's biggest banks are rolling out the next generation of 80 atm s the latest model
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including features like video chatting with a live teller in getting changer paying your credit card bill. bank of america's new tellers is machines for example allowed a customer to swipe a debit or credit card, driver's license or photo id for authentication. then a light seller physically based in delaware or florida pops up on the screen to assist the user. the bank says the machine will be available for about a resume of the service is the traditional color care. there also be open longer than traditional bank branches. >> will be back with more on the
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>> welcome back. the time is 444 . we are following the of the news that the so- called right now there is a standoff between police and the suspect wanted for a late-night shooting. it is on the 1100 block of 65th ave. will tran is on the scene and has details. >> this is taking place to the left of your screen. the shooting happened at around 1030 last night. they're looking for a man in his 50s. a victim that should survive his injuries were able to get a police description of the car. police have surrounded this home. they admit they have not been able to talk back and forth with him. they are going with the fact his car is parked in front. they have evaluated the home next
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door to make sure everyone is save. people are still inside their home at this time. once the sun comes up and if this drags on to school and work hours. the police department says they will have to do drastic measures. they have not thought about it at this point. for their still try to talk to him inside the house. he is not responded. as far as the shooting victim he should survive his injuries. >> started on the 1800 block of 90 ave. the victim has not been able to tell us more. we do know he is a man in his 50s. he has been known to the police department. which is why it did not take him long to come to this location. >> i will have a reaction from the police department coming up in 50 minutes. and what they plan to do a bit later issued this drag on. >> thank you of a live report out of these oakland. >> thank you anny . a live look at the golden gate bridge. looking back across
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the bridge. san francisco in the background there is a gorgeous shot. we want to talk about the weather. we had a warm day yesterday's. things look still more for today. erica. >> absolutely james barrett most of us and the upper 50s. clear conditions from our roof camera overlooking the san francisco skyline. we do have coastal fog. of terror around half moon bay. we have mortally wins. a wind advisory along the delta. currently 67 in fairfield. 56 waking up in hayward. 63 in daly city. >> we are holding on to warm temperatures. warmer weather later on in the afternoon. futurecast 4 talking '80s for the north bay by 12:00 p.m.. >> put in the got into motion the arts field in indicating where is ifor cupert8
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in mountain view. mid-80s that is the store for pittsburgh, antioch. 82 in livermore. 78 in richmond. low seventies for downtown san francisco at 81 degrees in fell off. >> yesterday's a look at your highs we broke records. mountain view reached 88. breaking an old record in 1981. >> oakland airport. 85 degrees broken old record in 1966. very warm weather yesterday's. will be cooler today. gradual cooler conditions. >> you will see that on your your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast , it looks like thursday's the coolest a of the week. >> no hot spots. a great time to leave the house. >> and live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. off traffic definitely building from all the approaches however, most of the commuters are coming from the east shore freeway. no metering lights to contend with. smooth conditions up the incline and across the
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upper deck. >> a typical commute at san mateo bridge. the drive 12- 13 minutes. >> south bound 101, the golden gate bridge lanes are being reconfigured for the south bound trip. >> as of now no extraordinary delays coming out of marin county. the time is 24 minutes out of navato to the city. >> interstate 580 . the grin on your road way censors coming out of tracy off of 205 approaching the 5 80/680 interchange. we are seeing a lot of green on your censors and peninsula. no accidents for interstate 280 or the bayshore freeway. >> anny . give the residents of the rock ridge neighborhood are on edge after a shooting in the normally quiet neighborhood over the weekend. never tell
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the house hold a meeting about crime last night to discuss the incident. on saturday night, a man walking with his wife was shot in the shoulder. the gunman ran out before taking anything from a couple. although there our neighborhood watch groups all throughout the area, councilman dan kalb says residents are uneasy and want more police presence. there are concerns as to how much money will be used in the next budget to reduce crime. >> you can eliminate crime. what people want is more of a police presence. >> police are still looking for the gunman in that weekend shooting. >> california highway patrol has agreed to extend and expand its patrols in oakland. the agency's contract was scheduled to expire on friday, but mayor jean quan said, the chp has agreed to continue patrolling while the city works to finalize the terms of a new contract. the mayor said, the new contract would increase the chp is availability in oakland to as many as four days a week.
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oakland has been working with the chp says the number of officers in its police department drop from 836 to 611 over the past four years. >> two people were hurt after a pipe exploded at a richmond gross restore. it happened yesterday at foods co on mcdonald's ave. there was a minor explosion and freon week for and refrigeration unit. a repairman was seriously injured. he was taken to the medical center in walnut creek. a female employe also had reading issues after inhaling some of the gas. she was taken to a nearby hospital. >> a san francisco attorney says he wants answers from those in nevada. dennis he rrera is launching an investigation whether nevada health officials are
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systematically sending psychiatric patients to san francisco and other cities. he said this policy is called a patient dumping. the process of bus and the mentally ill out of the state without proper food, medication or care. he says this man because the people here in san francisco and lot of money. >> if we spend taxpayer dollars on this as a result of this we are reimbursed to the extent we need to be. >> he want to say he is demanding public documents from the bad states asecond fr'e psychiatric hospital. he says this was the skeptical issue in the past but the real competition documentation he will get to the bottom of it. no word on the exact amount of how much it is costing the city. >> under a bill approved by
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the states and the drivers under age 18, would be banned from textile while driving even if they use handsfree devices. the california association of highway patrolmen says, a bill that passed last year allowing drivers to use boys operated device is not exempt teenagers. the bill would limit the possible distraction for the inexperienced drivers. the bill now goes on to the assembly. >> will have more on a warm forecast when we come back.
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>> good morning everyone thank you for waking up with kron 4 morning news. >> 455 on the clock. >> 59 and hayward. >> 59 in mountain view. palo alto 54 degrees wall of creek 57. >>2 1/7 plenty of seventies to low '80s into the afternoon. temperatures
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could drop between 13 and 15 degrees later. livermore 82. 78 in oakland. we're talking upper 60s for daly city. 79 in sunnyvale. satellite and radar shows clear dry conditions for the most part. again, we have coastal fog. visibility down to 0 around half moon bay. keep that in mind if you're using highway 101. we're talking stronger went along the delta. a wind advisory in effect for fairfield. the wind is about 22 mi. an hour. . to keep that in mind heading to work or school. >> we are following a dry pattern around the bay area. looking at your extended forecast. nothing but sunshine however, temperatures will continue to drop. tomorrow upper seventies inland. by thursday the warmer spot only climb to the low seventies. mid-60's around the bay. only heading to the upper 50s along the coast. will have more on this temperatures. i will show your 7 day around they forecast coming up in just a
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couple minutes. james . >> thank you erica coming up on the kron 4 morning news the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombings been interrogated for the first time and now faces formal charges that could bring the death penalty. more details in a minute. plus, the bay area boy heard in the boston marathon bombings i special visit from the oakland a's will tell you about that. and we're also hearing more stories of victims as they deal with interest on the bombings. we will hear from a dance teacher who vows to dance again. all that when the kron 4 morning news continues. we will be right back.
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>> (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 5 starts now. >> good morning it is 5:00. top stories on this tuesday april 23rd. developing new south east oakland where right now there is a standoff between police and a suspect wanted for a late- night shooting. we will have a live report straight ahead. also, new details of
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the boston area where the 19 year-old suspect speaking from police from his hospital bed. more on what he is saying. >> and the three teenaged boys accused of last september's assault of 15 year-old saratoga girl had been released from a law hall. we will explain coming up in a moment. darya. >> first the big story is the weather. this is the first last real hot one. i was telling the kids they are sweltering a school. one more day. >> keep in mind today could be 15 degrees cooler than yesterday. it will be warm. we're holding on to the '80s. i do not think we will break any records. looking at afternoon highs. pleasanton livermore 82. temperatures whale of a seasonal average. low seventies for downtown san francisco. 85 and apple. taking a look at your day planner. we have coastal fog to contend with. visibility down to 0 around half moon bay. >> when the conditional the
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delta. a wind advisory in effect for fairfield. again, sunny skies, mild, warm conditions heading into the afternoon. >> we have a significant cool down by the middle of this week. full details on your extended fforecast in just a moment. >> george. >> we are tracking a light commute no hot spots or major delays. >> construction wrapping up around the bay area. >> the bay bridge toll plaza a light and easy ride. as a around the rest of the bay. no typical slowing for interstate 580 or highway 4. a pretty good ride so far around the bay. darya. thank you george. we're following the latest developments of his all, right now there is a standoff between police and a suspect wanted for a late-night shooting. it is on the 1100 block of 65th avenue where will tran is live this morning. will what is going on? >> this has been going on for more than six hours. this is happening around the
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corner. there is a is what are there. they will not allow us to show it live. there is a lot of people surrounding one particular home. they're looking for a man who, they believe shot another man about 25 blocks away on the 90th avenue of a 25 blocks away on the 1800 block of 90th ave. >> this man is described as a man in his 50s. they know his name. it appears he has a criminal record which is why there are able to come to this location. so far they have not been able to get negotiators to have the correspondence with him back and forth. i did get a chance to talk to a sergeant on the scene here is what he had to say about the very latest on the standoff. >> we have not gotten any verbal responses from him. there's a sign he is there in the apartment but just
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has not responded to our request. >> people have to leave the local school there on what will happen? >> we will try to do this as a and expeditiously as began. >> there is only a small area that we have cordoned off for this operation. >> for now they have as one family to leave their homes. they did that without a problem. that could change as the morning progresses. they believe the area is a for people to get out of their homes and go to work. as you just heard the sergeant talk about. >> as far as the victim they're not giving his name. they will leave he should survive his injuries. we will be here all morning until this wraps up. i will let you know the latest throughout the kron 4 morning news. back to you darya. >> thank you will. we will talk to you later. >> the boston marathon bombings suspect based federal charges carry the possibility of the death penalty. from his hospital
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bed szhokhar tsarnaev faced a judge yesterday's. he is charged with using an aspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death and malicious destruction of property resulting in death. >> he is in the background wearing a white ball cap. he and his older brother pictured in the surveillance pictures. the old brother in the black cap tamerlin is picture. he was killed last week in a shootout with police. as we mentioned, the second suspect is still in the hospital this morning. >> the suspect has been communicating with investigators. he cannot speak with a bullet wound to his throat. but he is entering questor not in writing. at this point he is saying he and his brother
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were acting alone and that they turned to radical islam through internet videos. and they had no contact with any jihadist group's overseas. meanwhile members of congress are upset ofd zhokhas tsarnaev was charged with federal crimes and not as an enemy of the combat and pit, where he would have faced a military tribunal if he was charged as an enemy combat. authorities have a question him about reading him his miranda rights. and altogether more formation however, the obama administration pointed out that they cannot charge as enemy combat, because the bombing suspect is a u.s. citizen. >> a memorial service was
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held yesterday's four lingi lu another victim chris campbell was laid to rest earlier in the day. a moment of silence was held to rob the victims'. the boston mayor except the american flag that have flown at half staff of the marathon finish line. it was symbolic transition at the fbi had a busy boston corridor crime scene back over to the city. >> the invitees police officer and was killed lay to rest tomorrow. vice- president joe biden is expected to attend. meanwhile wilson street will be open to residents and business owners tomorrow. >> we will continue to bring you the latest updates on the suspect in the victim of the boston marathon. >> coming up at 815 we have
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legal analyst jim hammer into talk more about charges of the 19 year-old faces. >> iran is deny any link to the two suspects started plotting a terrorist attack against canadian passenger train. canadian authorities claim the suspect had directed guidance from al quaida members and iran , though there was no allegation of planned attacks or state-sponsored. one is believed to be tunida and oneidian and one is from the united arab emirates . >> the three teenage boys
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accused of last september's special of all of 15 year- old audrey pott from saratoga have been released from juvenile hall. the boys will now spend their days in home detention. audrey was a sophomore at saratoga high school. she committed suicide days after the alleged attack. a spokesperson for our to his family said they will remain hopeful that the three teen suspects will be tried as adults. suspe[ male announcer ]as need help keeping your digestive balance in sync?nc try align. it's the number one ge recommended probiotic that helps maintain digestive balance. ♪♪ ♪ stay in the groove with align. i just stick the bhear in the dryer like this, and it freshens my laundry for me so i don't have to think.
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>> welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. the story i'm falling out of washington. tax-free shopping on the internet could be over under a bill making its way through the senate. the bill would require online retailer to collect data local taxes for purchases made over the internet. the sales taxes would be sent to the state where the shopper lives. >> under current law, states can only record store to collect sales taxes if the store has a physical presence in the state. as a result, many on-line cells essentially tax-free. even
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though you are supposed to declare those items on your state tax returns and pay the sales tax. very few americans do. the senate voted 74 to 20 as today to take up the bill. with the level of support, the senate to pass the bill as early as this week. >> >> we will take a break is 511 back with more in a moment. when we come back we will the full text of forecast. here's a look at san jose. the ride on 101 looking okay. temperatures outsider pretty good. 54 in san jose looking for near a [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪
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>> we are back watching the weather this morning. kron 4 jackie sissel is live from the marin headlands this morning. >> jackie we're talking about the weather. it was warm as i headed out the door this morning. i suspect it is cooler out at the coast. what does it feel like? >> it is nice out here. it is an extremely clear day. what you will notice when you walk outside, especially
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up here you can probably hear it in my microphone. it is the wind. the wind is gusting 10-50 mi. an hour up here in the headlines. i noticed there was wind coming from the north bay. temperatures are really comfortable. i have on a pair of shorts. i did not see any clouds of the sky. the wind is what you will notice. it does feel about five degrees cooler than yesterday. still, very comfortable weather. >> very good. when the and one this morning let us get to the weather center where erica is keeping an eye on both of those conditions. >> good morning to you james. a live look outside from our mount tam camera. it is windy as you head outside. you have a wind advisory poses for the delta, fairfield. when around 45 mi. an hour. we are also seeing fog and coastline. visibility down to 0 around half moon bay. it is a warmer start to the
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morning. napa close to 70. currently upper 50s and pleasanton. upper 60s in livermore. 52 in san mateo. we are seeing quite a temperatures spread. future cast 4 highlights the microclimates. by 12:00 p.m. '80s for the north bay. then we will see seventies inside the bay. we're talking '60s indicated by the green on your screen along the coastline. expect significant cool conditions along the coast with the sea breeze kicking in. >> by 3:00 p.m. orange to dominate the screen. mild by 8:00 p.m.. the green in the case temperatures in the '60s. >> temperatures could be between 10 and 15 degrees cooler than yesterday. milpitas reaching 79. 78 expected in mountain view. mid-80s for pittsburgh and antioch. 79 for union city. low seventies for downtown san francisco and 78 in berkeley. >> if you're heading to the
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giants game against the diamondbacks. at at&t park, first pitched seven detaine715. when the gust a siz3 mi. an hour. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights gradually cooler weather. thursday expecting to be the coolest they of the week. we fall into a dry pattern with mild conditions as we start the next work week. >> 518 on to traffic with george. >> good morning. and easy ride around the bay. no hot spots where drive this morning so far. >> starting with a check of the bridges. >> the bay bridge westbound light ride. no delays of the macarthur maize the east shore freeway, or the nimitz. >> highway 92 the commute across the mid bay looks like an easy ride. no problems for the commute was down. the head lights for is down heading back toward hayward. >> your ride of the golden gate bridge, 101 southbound crews at the north in the
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span and the fourth line for the entire stretch of the bridge. updating drive times. looking at traffic maps. 13 minutes hercules to berkeley. >> for westbound ride no delays for highway 24 west bound. 680 sow looks good also the south bay ride 101 northbound direction on 85 getting out to the west valley. >> 1012 marin county teacher as well. let us to a quick update a public transit no problems reported for the central valley ride on a train. caltran looks good on the peninsula as well. >> thank you george. a san francisco city attorney says he wants answers from people and nevada. officials who is doing something. >> this is herrera is launching an investigation into whether nevada health officials are systematically sending a
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psychiatric patients in san francisco and other cities. he says the policy is called patient dumping. the process of busing the mentally ill at a state without proper food, medication or care. he says this man because the people here in san francisco a lot of money. >> 1600 individuals who were discharged with nothing but a one-way bus ticket. we are looking if this to make sure san francisco is protected. if we spend taxpayer dollars as a result of this we are reimbursed to the extent that we need to be. >> herrera is demanding public documents from the bad as state tax ypsychiatric hospital. he says this was a scuffle issue in the past but the real competition documentation he will get to the bottom of it. no word on the exact amount of how much it is costing the city. >> homeland security secretary janet napolitano
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steps of to the plate today in the debate over immigration over all. will testify before the senate judiciary committee. some questions will come up from public senators skeptical of the legislation and of the obama administration record on border security. the t s a is changing its tune about loosening its policies by allowing small lies on the plains. federal officials say, there temporarily delayed a policy that would allow passengers to carry small knives with them for security. the t s a says, it needs more time to consider feed back from an advisory committee. the committee includes the aviation industry and consumer and law-enforcement officials. the policy is been fiercely opposed by flight attendants unions. it was slated to go into effect thursday. >> new york city may soon become the largest city in america to raise the legal age for buying cigarettes to 21. the city council on
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available poll monday to increase the threshold from 18. that is the federal minimum. four states and some communities have raised the age to 19. at least two towns agree to raise it to 21. the new york city council says the measure and some young people from developing a potentially deadly habit. 80 percent of the city's adult smokers start before there were 21. will take a break at 522. relatively clear. mild temperatures bay area r wide. it is a bit breezy in some areas. we will be back with more in a moment. i'm ovm er the hill.
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>> welcome back to the kron 4 morning news watching wall street. we have had a wild trading swings over the last few sessions. the dow rose nearly 20. closing at 14,005 under 67. the last two days the dow down nearly a hundred points only to get a
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rally late in the day. it closed up 10 the day before and 20 yesterday's the nasdaq up 27. the s&p 500 increased seven. we're watching apple. apple shares lower lease their quarterly earnings after the closing bell today. we have the same story would los gatos based net flicks of yesterday's. let us talk about net flicks. they have their quarterly earnings come out. the big news is that net flicks added 2 million u.s. cars to is video streaming service for the first three months of the year. but here it was highlighted by the early february debut of house of cards, a critically acclaimed series made exclusively for net flicks. this is trevor rowe health net flicks bows back from a loss the same time last year and generate revenue slightly above analysts' projections. it was but the ground were up $11. the free market net flicks shares are up $43. that is almost with
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a 5%. net flicks is a stock that went from 300, down to 50 and right now it is up to 217. james barrett i'm a fan of that flicks. >> the nation's biggest banks are rolling out the next generations of atms. the latest models feature video chatting with a live teller and getting change, paying credit-card bills. some extra functions. bank of a melamerica's new teller machines. you can use a photo id a debit or credit card for authentication. >> a teller in delaware or florida will assist you on the screen and a sister with what you need. about 80 percent of the services will be performed a traditional teller cannot perform inside. there will be open logger the traditional bank branches and ultimately the banks investing in new atm technology towed it will reduce cost and keep customers coming back. 527
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is the time. we are glad he came back to the kron 4 morning news. a look at the golden gate bridge. everything looks good there.
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>> 529 taking a live look at our mount tam cam fear it is shaking that could mean a breeze. that would help after yesterday when everyone was complaining suddenly about the heat erica. >> that is right darya it will be dramatically chur along the coastline. holding on to warm weather inland. we have a wind advisory post for the delta and the return of some coastal fog. the fog creeping of the coastline. here's a closer look at today's afternoon highs. 84 and concord. 76 is that the sale. we're talking low seventies for downtown san francisco and getting pretty close to 80 in san jose and sunnyvale. yesterday was a warm day. we broke records. san rafeal 89 degrees. breaking its old record set in 1987. check out oakland
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airport and afternoon high of 85 degrees breaking an old record set in 1966. full details on today's afternoon highs. i will walk you through your 7 day around they forecast coming up in just a couple minutes. 530 on to traffic with george. >> a quick commute check taking a look at the bay bridge and the west bound ride. no backups no delays and a problem for your ride yet for the bay bridge. coming out of macarthur maize, the shore freeway, or your ride from the nimitz freeway. we're not picking up slow traffic on interstate 580 and on high way 44 west bound ride. the south bay peninsula and the north bay ride still looks good. james off. >> we're following a developing story out its oakland were right now there's a standoff between police and its suspect wanted for a late-night shooting. it is on the 1100 block of 60 it ave. that is where kron fours will trans is standing by with the latest on the balance. will. >> james, the stand off a
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seven hours old and there's been no communication with the suspect and the investigators. but will not allowed to broadcast live. his car is there. the reason they were able to get to the location because after the shooting a few miles away oned 0 ave the victim was able to tell police officers and a description of the car. they know this guy. he is a man in his 50s. well known to the police department. they're not releasing his name. they went directly here. the car is outside they try to talk to him. so far he is not talking back to the officer. there is the reason he is holed up at this particular time. i can tell you they have evacuated the home directly next door to make sure everyone is safe. they will decide whether or not to evacuate, make more evacuation of the morning progresses if people get up and go to work a
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couple of hours from now. that is something they're monitoring. >> as far as this thing we got a chance to talk to the sergeant here's what he had to say about the shooting and the suspect. >> we had information and the the vehicle used in the incident was also located here at this location. >> this was not a matter of pursuing him you guys showed up was more >> would be considered armed and dangerous? >> yes. the weapon used in the incident has not been recovered. >> i can also tell you the victim was shot was shot in the leg. a non fatal injury. the swat team is here. they are going through plans. they know this guy is. i talked to the sergeant it seems like he has a long criminal history. at this point they're not releasing his name. i will let you know what will happen throughout the morning especially if they have to
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make maneuvers. this is a nice residential area. if people get out the mom, and dad taking their children to school what kind of plan will they do at that time. >> thank you. we will stay in touch and get the latest as it continues to change. darya. >> 533 is the time. from a massachusetts college student accused of plotting and carrying out last week's deadly attack on the boston marathon as the judge. one we get to the blast for the finish line area, he's facing federal charges to carry the possibility of the death penalty. tory dunnan brings us an update. >> ♪ a grieving college community uniting to remember a graduate student of boston university who died in the boston marathon bombings. members of her family arrived from china for a memorial service. when i think about lindsay i think about the first thing that comes to my mind is her smile. this marked an
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emotional a pivotal day after the attack. one victim chris campbell, was laid to rest. shortly after at the moment marking one weeks is the blast a moment of silence to remember all that was lost and all that was to recover. >> the mayor accepted the american flag that was flown at half staff of the marathon finish line. it was a symbolic transition as the fbi headed the busy boston crime scene back over to the city. it was symbolic i'm glad this was put together. this was done by the people on the ground. the people worked here for the last seven days. from his hospital bed a few miles away the 19 year-old accused of unleashing the terror along with is now dead older brother faced a judge. he is charged with using an conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction, resulting in death. and malicious destruction of property resulting in death. he could face the death penalty. dozens of his alleged victims remained
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hospitalized. >> i am angry. i'm not angry 100 percent of the time by a defiant. i want to come out stronger. >> 50 of the will of the victims are still on the hospital. to remain in critical condition at dozens lambs have to be amputated. one of them you just heard from her. a 32 year-old dance instructor asrianne haslet davis she talks about facing the unexpected. >> i do not want this to be the end. weather running or walking or crawling the marathon across i am ok with that. i did not say i would win. i am defiant and i want to come out stronger. . despite having to lose her foot she has about she will
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dance again. her husband adam and air force captain was also injured in the last but not as serious. >> one of the youngest victims of the attack is on the bay area. 11 year-old asron hern of martinez got a visit from some of his baseball heroes yesterday's. here is a photograph that shows oakland a's first baseman brandonmoss left fielder josh rdeddick and first base coach tye waller of visiting owith hern in the hospital. >> we will continue to bring
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you the latest updates on the suspect and the victims of boston. coming up at a 50 we have our legal analyst jim hammer to talk about the charges the 19 year-old faces. >> the california highway patrol has agreed to extend and expand its patrols in the oakland area. the agency's contract was scheduled to expire this friday, but mayor jean quan said, the chp has agreed to continue patrolling of the city works to finalize the terms of a new contract. the new contract would increase the chp is availability in oakland to as many as four days a week. oakland has been working with the chp says the number of officers in its list of of the drop from 836 to 611 over the past four years. we will be back with more on the kron 4 morning news.
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>> the time now is 5:45 a.m., here is a look at some of the top stories that we are falling. a tense standoff is happening right now east oakland, a man wanted in a late-night shooting has barricaded himself on the 1100 block of 65th avenue, near the colosseum gardens. if it has been going on for over seven hours. we have a live crew on the scene and will bring you a live report at the top of our. >> the surviving suspect in the boston marathon, has been interrogated for the first time and now faces formal charges that could bring the death penalty. he answered questions in writing because a gunshot wound to the throat prevented him from speaking. investigators say that they believe that the motivation was a religious but had no
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connection to islamic terrorist groups. >> taking a look at the numbers they are close to 70 degrees out in napa. it as low 50's for oakland and san mateo. future cast 4 is tracking the temperatures and you concede '70s and '80s by lunchtime. although on jurors screen will be comfortable conditions and we're talking about 60 degrees by 8:00 p.m.. upper 70's for milpitas and san jose. low 80s for campbell and los gatos. mid '80s out of antioch. upper 70's for union city. the temperatures are cooler than yesterday's by as much as 10 to 15 degrees. we do have some
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interesting things to note on satellite and radar. the fog is creeping up the coastline. we do have a northerly wind to contend with. a again, it is a very bright star for the morning. it will continue to stream north. you can expect a gradual cooling conditions for the next few days. >> the 7 day around the bay high life starts at the coolest of the week. it will be plenty of sunshine for the weekend as we hold on to dry weather even as we start the next work week. >> we are not tracking any hot spots a we're looking at pretty good conditions or around the bay. here at the bay bridge toll plaza when the right hand lane where the cash lanes are we are starting to see a little bit of slowing. we are incident free. your ride to 92 in the san mateo bridge still looks
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good. there are no delays as we head back to hayward. the golden gate bridge ride 1 01 southbound is problem free of the commute from marin county back to san francisco. we are updating drive time 680 south bound looks good all the way from the benicia bridge to the san ramon valley area. west 580 is very heavy even at 2 05 coming out of tracy. this is a typically long ride. 1 01 to 80, 87 even 17 looks good from the styles. the 101 ran ride is a delay free from novato down to the golden gate bridge. >> residents of the rock ridge neighborhood in oakland are on edge after a
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shooting in the normally quiet neighborhood over the weekend. neighbors held a household reading about crime last night to discuss the incident. on saturday night, a man walking with his wife was shot in the shoulder. the gunman ran off before taking any thing from the couple. although there are neighborhood watch groups all throughout the area, councilman dan kalb says residents are an easy and want more police presence. there as to how much money it will be used in the next budget to reduce crime. >> this is a top priority. you cannot eliminate crime but people want to be able to have been reduced by more police presence. >> police are still looking for the government in the shooting. >> two people were hurt
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after a pipe exploded at a richmond gross restore. fire crews arrived at fools company on mcdonald ave. following a minor explosion and. league and a refrigerator unit at the store yesterday afternoon. officials say, that a repairman was seriously injured after his hand hit a pipe shortly after it exploded. he was taken to john muir medical center in walnut creek. a female employee was also having reading issues. >> he gave up this solo home run. it was at 4 to 2. bottom of the six buster,
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with a former giant player an extended the cash. he got revenge. the bottom of the eighth, it was a 90 per mild fastball. he tied the game 4 to 4. let's go to the bottom of the night a runner on second. this is his first career walk off and the giants' seventh straight win. >> let's go to boston where the athletics were taking on the red sox. 46 degrees, it was chilly in fenway park. remember him? he played with the athletics but now he plays for boston. the bottom
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of the fest mike had a grand slam and this one was over the green monster the score was 8 to 4 red sox. the red sox 19 to 6. the athletics are having a very bad road trip. >> we will be right back. we do have an update on the little leaguer who was hit in the chest and his heart stopped. we will have an update on the comeback. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then...
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>> welcome back. the time is 5:56 a.m.. it will be a another warm one or around the bay area. oakland reached 85 degrees back in 1966. i will talk about today's highs coming up. >> the time is 5:56 a.m.. a
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north bay 8 year-old boy was hit by a baseball was reunited with his team. he suffered a heart attack. matthew henry was picked up at his home on saturday by the same fire crew. in the same fire engine that took him to the hospital and brought him to the baseball field and roehnert part. players from hammerstein, the blue jays, and the opposing team were lined up at the field to give him a high five. petaluma fire department paramedics and capt.dan dferren his wife sue, performed cpr on him every after he collapsed. >> coming up on kron 4
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morning news. we are following developing news out of east oakland were right now there is a standoff between police and is suspects wanted for a late-night shooting. >> a bay area city will get more from the chp to patrol the under man the streets. we have details coming up. >> the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombing has been interrogated for the first time and now faces formal charges that to bring the death penalty. we will be right back on the kron 4 morning
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